Fat Thursday (TŁUSTY CZWARTEK in Polish) is a traditional Catholic Christian feast marking the last Thursday before Lent, thus the beginning of fasting before Easter. In Poland, we celebrate this day by eating… doughnuts! Doughnuts are yeast cakes traditionally filled with rose or another sweet flavoured jam.

The tradition of eating doughnuts on Fat Thursday in Poland goes back to the 17th century. This day precedes Ash Wednesday, which begins the 40 days fast.

Among bakers and confectioners, Fat Thursday is regarded as one of the busiest days of the year, with many cake shops open from the early hours of the morning after a marathon night of frying doughnuts. 😀

Bon Appetit!!

Courage and strength,

To make you take up your goals and changes,

Which from the first sight seem to be difficult,

But they are dreamed afterwards!


Completing your plans,

New dreams,

And more inspirations,

Which, like a wave pushes a ship,

Push your life forward.


Merry Christmas and Happy New Year

All the best from teachers and staff of

KLUB DIALOGU Polish Language School

All presents for children from the Social Assistance Centre in Bemowo have turned up to our School! All thanks to our generous students, an incredible 20 gifts (!) were prepared. They will be handed out during the Christmas Party in the Center.

As with every year, this Charity Action was supported by people with a warm heart. We are very proud that KLUB DIALOGU, along with its students, could be a part of it.

Therefore, we’d like to once more warmly thank: Miha and Ana from Slovenia, Irene, Tamara and Igor from Ukraine, Sonia from Spain, Anju from India, Vaka from Iceland, Egle from Latvia, Miguel from Italy and KLUB DIALOGU staff: Violetta, Piotr, Sandra, Sylwia, Agata, Oksana and Dorota!

We are very proud that one of our great teachers, Magda Chabiera, takes part in a regular broadcast on Polish Radio 2. In the broadcast, the experts and researchers of literature talk about the role and importance of literature in our lives and in creating our opinions.

The starting point for the broadcast is a book developed by prof. Jan Tomkowski titled: “Polish essay literary. Anthology”, which consists of 40 essays written by the most famous Polish authors like Cyprian Kamil Norwid and Jarosław Rymkiewicz.

Congratulations to you Magda! Keep going and sharing your passion with our students!

The article appeared in THECULTURETRIP.COM Website, October 2017

The Polish language is one of the most beautiful in the world, yet it is a language that doesn’t attract anywhere near the quantity of first-time learners as it should. Most tourists to Poland barely get beyond a few sentences and some ex-Patriots who have lived in Poland for over five years can still not even order a meal in a restaurant without having to use some English. However, there are no shortage of options and learning Polish can be organised easily and professionally at any of these language schools. So challenge yourself – try a Polish course and get to grips with one of the most poetic languages in the world.

Klub Dialogu, Warsaw

Situated on Ulica Ordynacka just off Warsaw’s swanky “Nowy Świat” (New World), Klub Dialogu is one of the best Polish language schools in the country. The organisation is superb with a bumper timetable for students with extra curricular activities such as barbecues by the river, invites to theatrical performances and cinema screenings, cycling events and presentations by staff and students. The school also uses their own books and has a range of teachers from basic level right up to those on the verge of fluent Polish. There is an impressive blog on their website, which is often written by their students.

13 Ordynacka street flat. 5, 00-364 Warszawa, Poland, +48 664 788 004

Read more here.

We always appreciate our students’ inventions! Whatever it is, please share it with us ?

Recently, a group of students came up with 2 tongue twisters. I`m wondering whether it`s going to twist your tongue as well ?



And now, you can try to write your own sentence, or comment on your attempt to pronounce what is written above ?

Most of you already know us! But people often ponder on proper school to study Polish language at. For this reason we have decided to present ourselves :). The 9th of March 2017 a new campaign was launched on FB www.facebook.com/klubdialogu. Now you can watch it here: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCYGAggcun-IbDEWfHj6Eb5w

We wish all womens all the best ! 🙂

Do you know, how Poles celebrate Christmas Eve ? We invite you to the short quiz below. Check out how many similarities and differences occur between our cultures.

1/ We put them on Christmas tree …..

2/ We put …….. under the tablecloth, as a symbol of a place where Jesus Christos was born

3/ What sign indicates the beginning of Christmas Eve ? ……

4/ We share it while wishing each other Merry Christmas …..

5/ Traditional Christmas soup with “ears”, it`s …..

6/ Traditional Christmas fish, it`s …..

7/ Traditional Christmas cake, it`s …..

Check out your answers:

1/ babki baubles

2/ sianko hay

3/ gwiazda-betlejemska the first star

4/ oplatek wafer

5/ barszcz barszcz

6/ karp karp / carp

7/ makowiec makowiec / poppy seed cake